Report: Three killed in east Lebanon blast, cause unknown

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October 3, 2012 16:46

 
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An explosion in the Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon killed at least three people and wounded one other, according to security sources quoted by Lebanese news agency The Daily Star.

The Daily Star quoted security sources as saying Hezbollah cornered off the area around Nabi Street, south of Baalbek. They are unsure what triggered the blast.

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